Updating the jar file
The Android Studio build system is based on Gradle, and the Android Gradle plugin adds several features that are specific to building Android apps.Although the Android plugin is typically updated in lock-step with Android Studio, the plugin (and the rest of the Gradle system) can run independent of Android Studio and be updated separately.D8 shouldn't change your day-to-day app development workflow.However, if you experience any issues related to the new compiler, please report a bug.on a repeated field of a basic numeric type, a more compact encoding is used. However, note that prior to version 2.3.0, parsers that received packed data when not expected would ignore it. For example: One last thing: Since custom options are extensions, they must be assigned field numbers like any other field or extension.
This version of the Android plugin requires the following: 2.1.3 (August 2016) This update requires Gradle 2.14.1 and higher.
Gradle 2.14.1 includes performance improvements, new features, and an important security fix.
(file options): Whether or not the protocol buffer compiler should generate abstract service code based on services definitions in C , Java, and Python, respectively. However, as of version 2.3.0 (January 2010), it is considered preferrable for RPC implementations to provide code generator plugins to generate code more specific to each system, rather than rely on the "abstract" services. "; message My Message enum My Enum message Request Type message Response Type service My Service Note that if you want to use a custom option in a package other than the one in which it was defined, you must prefix the option name with the package name, just as you would for type names.
When you update Android Studio, you may receive a prompt to automatically update the Android Gradle plugin to the latest available version.
You can choose to accept the update or manually specify a version based on your project's build requirements.
You can specify the plugin version in either the File .